Energizing Guyana's tomorrow

Key takeaways:

  • Our operations in Guyana are helping to supply the world’s energy needs by producing more than 600,000 barrels of oil a day.
  • The Gas-to-Energy project is expected to greatly improve the quality of life  for the people of Guyana.

More than 100 miles offshore Guyana, three of the world’s largest, best-in-class floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels – the Liza Unity, the Liza Destiny and Prosperity – are producing more than 600,000 barrels of oil every day – up from 370,000 just one year ago.

This oil helps fuel cars, heat homes and is the building block for many things people use around the world every day.

That’s why we’re increasing supply in Guyana, while continuing to run our operations with rigorous environmental safeguards.

What’s New

Last month, at the Guyana Energy Conference and Supply Chain Expo, we showcased the success we’ve had in Guyana to date and discussed the projects we have planned for the future.

One of those projects is a 140-mile pipeline that will connect our offshore operations to the mainland. It is part of the wider Gas-to-Energy Project, and will move some of Guyana’s power grid from fuel oil to natural gas. The result? Fewer greenhouse gas emissions and lower power bills for the Guyanese people.

What’s more, we’re not only fueling the world’s energy needs. These investments mean jobs and training for local citizens and the development of sustainable financial and human resources for generations to come.

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